Search results for "lukub"
singsing 1v To become flattened from remaining in one position. Nasingsing ka lobut ku. My bottom has become flattened. 2Blunt Bak kayu ka lobut din su nasingsing. As if his bottom was wood that it would become blunt. Ka turak no kayu, ogkasingsing on to og-orok no oghutukan ta to oggalangan. As for a dibble stick, it become flattened as it is used for planting and so we sharpen it again. Ka irung to babuy, nasingsing su nakasungkul to dalid. The nose of the pig was flattened because it had bumped into a root. 3v To chip or chisel off so that something is flat. ?? 4v To go into a trance ??; lukuban tremble, as when one communicates with the spirits. Ogpaningsing, ogsoloran on to bantoy rin. [(When) one] goes into a trance, he/she is entered by his familiar spirit.
kolkol v 1To begin to shiver, because of cold see fr.: lukub; spec: korog. 2To have chills. Ko ogkolkol, ogbunsud no ogkolkolonon. If someone shivers, [he] begins to have chills. 3Tremble or shake, as person affected by a spirit or going into a trance. 4To have a case of chills as of malaria or dengue fever Ko ogkagi ka otow to, “Ogkorogan a,” ligkagt to busow sikan. Ko ogkagi to, “Ogpangolkolon a no oghagsilon a” ogsabut ki to ligkat to dalu. If a person says, “I’m trembling,” we know that that comes from an [evil] spirit. If he says, “Im shivering from being physically cold,” we understand that it comes from an illness.
korog v To tremble as when in a trance or possessed by a spirit Ko ogkagi ka otow to, “Ogkorogan a,” ligkagt to busow sikan. If a person says, “I am trembling,” that comes from an evil spirit. see: lukub; see: lona-an; see: pagaganò; see: kasino-ilow; see: kulam-agan 1; see fr.: lukub; gen: kolkol 1.